Crash course

The distant sound of a garbage truck. The merry tweeting of birds. The low hum of rubber on road. It’s raining ever-so-lightly but still another glorious morning on the bike where life could barely be better. Until the crash. It’s my fifth ever. But the fourth in the just seven weeks and it’s fair to … More Crash course

No tube? No problem.

If you haven’t come across this site before, Global Cycling Network is a goldmine of useful info and videos about virtually all things cycling. Following on from last weekend’s “glove hand brake” this video really caught my attention. How to get home if you puncture and don’t have patches, spare tubes or a $5 note. … More No tube? No problem.

Why every cyclist needs a Ken in their life

I’ve just finished a rather sensational weekend’s riding in and around Mt Donna Buang and Lake Mountain, roughly an hour and a half’s drive north-east of Melbourne. Organised by RIDE Cycling Review, supported by Jaguar Australia and expertly run by Dan and Jason at Soigneur, it will take some time to wipe the smile from … More Why every cyclist needs a Ken in their life